Traditional Print Reserves: Professors may place print and other physical materials on “reserve” for a specific course. These materials are available at the circulation desk. Print and other physical course reserve materials are available for 3-hour in-library use only. Occasionally a professor may allow reserve items to be checked out of the library for a 7-day period. For more information, see the course reserves policy.
Electronic Reserves: In addition to print and other physical materials, the library makes electronic reserve materials available online for a class at the request of a professor. These materials are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for the duration of their time on reserve.
A listing of current course reserves may be searched by course number, name, or professor in the McCain Library Catalog.
FOR FACULTY: For more information on how to place an item on reserve, see the course reserves policy.
Librarian, Assistant Professor Education Background: B.A., King College; M.A.R., Westminster Theological Seminary: M.L.I.S., University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill Areas of Responsibility: Interlibrary loan; PASCAL Delivers; Cataloging of library…
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